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A Field Guide to the Eremophilas of Western Australia

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Andrew Brown(Author), Bevan Buirchell(Author)
336 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
A Field Guide to the Eremophilas of Western Australia
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  • A Field Guide to the Eremophilas of Western Australia ISBN: 9780980348156 Paperback Jan 2011 Out of Print #208860
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An excellent guide with photographs and maps. The accompanying text covers derivation of name, flowering period, description, distribution and habitat, and notes. Eremophila species abound on desolate rocky hills, open spinifex plains, sparse woodlands, barren dry watercourses and inland sand dunes that stretch to the horizon, where the only signs of human habitation are occasional fencelines, rusted remains of vehicles or rough winding tracks. Aptly, their generic name means "lover of lonely or desert places".

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Andrew Brown(Author), Bevan Buirchell(Author)
336 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
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